Up to 20% off tours worldwide with G Adventures

Posted: 12 April 2018 12:19 pm
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Save up to $1,400 on small group tours when you book before 30 April.

From rushing waterfalls in Zimbabwe to trekking through rice terraces in the Philippines, G Adventures has dropped prices on its tours for 18 to 39-year olds by as much as 20%.

With tours as long as 43 days or as short as 6 days and trips in Africa, Asia, Europe and North and South America you can take your pick to finally explore your dream destination.

You could test out whether you’re up for a small group tour with a 6-day jaunt from San Francisco to Vegas on the Yosemite Park and Napa Valley tour from $879 with a saving of $220. The ideal blend of wildlife, wine country and active excursions, the week-long journey packs a punch.

Or push the limits in Asia with the 41-day Indochina In-Depth tour from $3,759, saving a whopping $940. This fast-paced journey covers five countries in Southeast Asia and your days will be packed to the gills with activities like visiting Angkor Wat, trekking with hill tribes in Myanmar and cruising on Halong Bay.

Some of the our favourite tours in the sale include:

Head to G Adventures to book your 18-to-Thirty-Somethings Adventure by 30 April to secure your spot.

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